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Correct Me If I'm Wrong

Roman Prokofyev, Ruslan Mavlyutov, Martin Grund, Gianluca Demartini, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux
2014 Proceedings of the 23rd ACM International Conference on Conference on Information and Knowledge Management - CIKM '14  
The detection and correction of grammatical errors still represent very hard problems for modern error-correction systems.  ...  In particular, one of our key features is the use of n-gram association measures (e.g., Pointwise Mutual Information) between words and prepositions to generate better aggregated preposition rankings for  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was supported by the Swiss National Science Foundation under grant numbers PP00P2 128459 and 200021 143649.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2661829.2661942 dblp:conf/cikm/ProkofyevMGDC14 fatcat:o5dswnnx6vgvvpxs2jfywfjsaa

Error Analysis of Taiwanese University Students' English Essay Writing: A Longitudinal Corpus Study

Abolfazl Shirban Sasi, Jiin Chyuan Mark Lai, Department of Foreign Languages (DFL), National Chiayi University, Taiwan, Department of Applied Foreign Languages (DAFL), TransWorld University, Taiwan.
2021 International Journal of Research in English Education  
Then, 'omission' errors ranked second with 21.30% including errors in articles, plural suffix-s, and relative pronouns.  ...  Finally, the third and fourth error types were 'others' with 15.13% including spelling, capitalization, and wrong vocabulary, and 'addition' with 12.01% containing errors in articles, unnecessary words  ...  Errors of misformation are characterized by the use of wrong morphemes and structures in which the user is using one grammatical form in place of another grammatical form.  ... 
doi:10.52547/ijree.6.4.57 fatcat:noqwog22i5asdo6hu2ad3wetii

Grammarly as AI-powered English Writing Assistant: Students' Alternative for Writing English

Tira Nur Fitria
2021 Metathesis Journal of English Language Literature and Teaching  
Grammarly helps check the grammatical rule, the spelling rule in English structure, also correct errors in writing such as punctuation and capitalization.  ...  Grammarly takes context when showing corrections or suggestions, and inform the students quickly but still precisely. For accuracy, two service options available both free and paid features.  ...  Grammarly works by suggesting corrections for spelling mistakes that are automatically highlighted, suggesting synonyms for words on double-tap, and substitutions for or suggestions for removing overused  ... 
doi:10.31002/metathesis.v5i1.3519 fatcat:p6gtiywp2fayfgzxyrlnqideia

Spared syntax and impaired spell-out: The case of prepositions

Simone Mätzig, Judit Druks, Ad Neeleman, Gordon Craig
2010 Journal of Neurolinguistics  
Second, patients made few omissions and many substitution errors which were mostly within-category (a preposition was substituted by another preposition).  ...  The preservation of syntactic prepositions together with the large number of within-category substitutions (which indicate sensitivity to the grammatical class of prepositions) were interpreted to suggest  ...  Darren was impressed by the beauty to the landscape. Gemma was annoyed about the tone for his voice. Jennifer drank a glass for juice. Jeremy took the biggest piece up the roast.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jneuroling.2010.02.002 fatcat:o5smaxgnkng2hldk74rjgcbptm

The revision of syntactic errors related to complex sentences in French L1: strategies of secondary school advanced writers

K. Roussel, M.-C. Boivin
2021 L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature  
Self-questioning appears to be a strategy most used by students with high rates of accurate changes. The corrections are generally precise and made immediately after a problem is detected.  ...  Their diagnosis strategies are mainly reflections, grammaticality judgments and rereadings.  ...  Grammaticality judgments were mostly verbalized by C14 and C9, ranked above the median, and by C6, ranked below the median. The 11 other diagnosis strategies were used less frequently.  ... 
doi:10.17239/l1esll-2021.21.01.07 fatcat:4xjs7k27wbbf5lzda7zake2exi

Classifying Syntactic Errors in Learner Language [article]

Leshem Choshen, Dmitry Nikolaev, Yevgeni Berzak, Omri Abend
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We further demonstrate the utility of the methodology for analyzing the outputs of leading Grammatical Error Correction (GEC) systems.  ...  We present a method for classifying syntactic errors in learner language, namely errors whose correction alters the morphosyntactic structure of a sentence.  ...  This work was supported by the Israel Science Foundation (grant no. 929/17). Leshem Choshen is supported by the Clore Foundation.  ... 
arXiv:2010.11032v2 fatcat:kwvbbjwyxrf5njs2gxsmd5muh4

Preposition use in oral and written

Susan Nacey, Anne-Line Graedler
2015 Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies  
This paper concerns preposition use in oral language produced by advanced Norwegian learners of English, using primary data from an oral learner corpus (LINDSEI-NO).  ...  These results about spoken preposition use are then contrasted with results from a corresponding investigation into preposition use in a written learner corpus (NICLE), allowing for comparison of preposition  ...  Such self-correction is the exception rather than the rule, however, as there is some pressure to continue speaking despite grammatical inaccuracies, which might often go unnoticed by both the speaker  ... 
doi:10.15845/bells.v6i0.808 fatcat:2p5bmuh3mbf7bpkjs5d6l6pbzi


Angeline Elisabeth Samosir, Viator Lumban Raja, Fiber Yun A Ginting
2021 Kairos English Language Teaching Journal  
This research is an attempt to find out the types of errors made by the tenth grade students of SMK Grafika Bina Media Medan based on linguistic category, morphology and syntax and the dominant errors  ...  Meanwhile, in syntax area the writer found noun phrase, verb phrase, noun and verb construction, word order and some transformation, there are 64,10%. in conclusion, the dominant errors made by the tenth  ...  If learners' errors and the causes of those errors are identified, errors can be corrected, though not all.  ... 
doi:10.54367/kairos.v4i2.1141 fatcat:hjveea2rzndhvpjzbfqbdfsbum

Grammar Instruction Needs Fixed: Teaching Standardized Grammatical Conventions and Honoring Linguistic Idenity

Shelia Benson
2012 Language Arts Journal of Michigan  
Grarrunar study can be empowering, but only if we focus on the big ger picture. Perhaps, in the context of a standardized exam or a published essay, students' conventions "need fixed."  ...  One student, also from far south in the state, told me that as a vocal major she had "eliminated" her dialect. She proudly told me she didn't speak that way anymore.  ... 
doi:10.9707/2168-149x.1907 fatcat:7sause6jcbfd3ofagoheu4ugpm

Having Linguistic Rules and Knowing Linguistic Facts

Peter Ludlow
2009 The Baltic International Yearbook of Cognition, Logic and Communication  
I'm going to make the case that the best way to talk about grammatical rules is simply to say that we have them.  ...  Saying I have such a rule invites the interpretation that it is a rule for me-that I am normatively guided by it. The competence theory thus becomes a theory of the rules that we have.  ...  We could achieve this, if the rule functioned as a kind of regulator in the sense deployed by engineers -something that regulates the system for error and corrects when necessary.  ... 
doi:10.4148/biyclc.v5i0.285 fatcat:phbovq7v2nhrtklhh3dlx6ut6e

Intuiciones de los hablantes patrimoniales, de segunda lengua y nativos acerca de los verbos deícticos en español: más allá de las intuiciones del lingüista
Heritage, Second-Language and Native Speakers' Intuitions on Deictic Verbs in Spanish: Beyond the Linguist's Intuitions

Daniel Chui
2016 Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research  
of 20 stimulus items that contained prescriptively correct and incorrect usages of the deictic verbs venir, traer, llevar and ir.  ...  Both HS and L2 speakers made significantly more errors than NS when the direction expressed in the stimulus was oriented towards the hearer, suggesting both groups may benefit from instruction on this  ...  The dependent variable CORRECT For each stimulus, a response was considered CORRECT if the participant either accepted an acceptable stimulus or rejected an unacceptable stimulus.  ... 
doi:10.7821/naer.2016.7.169 fatcat:plr35cvfovcwlhxdl26r5qnorm

Focus Particles Inside Prepositional Phrases: A Comparison of Dutch, English, and German

Gosse Bouma, Petra Hendriks, Jack Hoeksema
2007 Journal of Comparative Germanic Linguistics  
However, our investigation also provides evidence for a strong dispreference for focus particles to follow a preposition, although the dispreference is less strong in Dutch than in German.  ...  Qualitative analysis of the corpus data shows that the variational patterns found in English, Dutch, and German are highly similar, and are influenced by lexical-semantic as well as syntactic factors.  ...  to performance errors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10828-006-9006-1 fatcat:ezg36shy25cmfjvohiaz3wkczu

Editors' Column

Bill Bernhardt, Peter Miller
1989 Journal of Basic Writing  
As she said, "If I'm not supposed to do it all at once, you have to tell me what to do instead."  ...  In English he made errors in case, choice of preposition, and word order, and he had difficulty with logical grammatical structures in narrative, expository, and persuasive genres.  ...  After completing one or the other of these two remedial sequences, both groups of students then meet in regular freshman writing courses, and they are joined there by students from similar backgrounds  ... 
doi:10.37514/jbw-j.1989.8.2.01 fatcat:5h2idynu3fe4rjuakdg2ausdtu

Efficient coding of eyewitness narratives: A comparison of syntactic unit and word count procedures

Jason J. Dickinson, Debra A. Poole
2000 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
Correspondence between the two systems was evaluated by comparing rank orderings of children's levels of free recall.  ...  If superfluous words are a fixed proportion of words across ages and type of information reported, however, it is unnecessary to remove them from transcripts, because conclusions about differences across  ...  Ifa leading question such as "Tell me what he did to your tummy" is followed by the response, "Nothing," the "nothing" is counted as a word of narrative information (because the individual is stating that  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03200826 pmid:11189854 fatcat:tdmwj6mdyndqdol3ntealgqbei

Native and Nonnative Reactions to ESL Compositions

Toshihiko Kobayashi
1992 TESOL Quarterly (Print)  
If a subject eliminated an error-either by correcting the error directly or by deleting or rephrasing the linguistic material so that the error did not remain, a score of 1 en reviewed  ...  The correction of simple grammatical errors in m es fewer morpheme changes than corrections based o tions.  ... 
doi:10.2307/3587370 fatcat:ctr5faxcwjdtdpjmtxs6itiwpe
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